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the legend in the home base in fort hood, texas. they could not be happier and i am sure moms and dads are watching now. it is again a bitter sweet moment. i wish we could say iraq was a stable democracy but they have a chance. with american blood and money. but they have a chance now to make something of themselves. >> and yes, all of the troops are not out. there is 156 american troops to stay and do trainning and other important crucial mission. >> and the 1600 person u.s. embassy operation and they will be protected by service contractor and 15,000 americans back there and as you noted and we all noted and the war goes on in various ways it is unsettled. >> but this and what started as operation rook iraqi freedom with shock and awe, we remember that drama and forces and marines and third id crossing the burm and coming from kuwait to iraq. we did it with optimism and in baghdad in a couple of weeks and then ali babas and the thieves started and anarchy and looting started and that matacicized in the iraqi insurgency and getting it from the shiite militia and the sunni tribes and t
on a bumper sticker. but here is the problem, it doesn't work. >> the president in kansas, not texas, on tuesday, making a speech that was designed to evoke the memory of teddy roosevelt who also gave a speech there. jim, did you notice anything in particular about the changing tone of the president as remarks? the wall street journal sure did. >> he said the defining kwalt of our time is income inequality. and i've got to tell you he hit a home run with editorial page and op-ed to speak of except for the wall street journal and hit a home run. >> i thought it was a poisonous partisan speech divisive specifically because he quoted teddy roosevelt, everyone stroke their chins and said how thoughtful twashit was. he didn't make a case how inequality reduced mobility from the bottom. there is none. there's no case you can make for that. >> jon: the point that the the journal made, jehmu, that the president has sort of gone negative in tone. instead of talking up the country and being the great uniter, oh, you in the middle class or lower class you're getting an unfair shake. >> i think
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